May 15th, 2008

Wandering // Naruto

Oh, Kuro-myu~~

I realized the completely pointless thing that's been nagging me about Tsubasa. So, Kuro-pon comes from a quasi-medieval Japan, yes? Then how did he get so get so goddamn tall? Now that I think about it, it's been driving me nuts. Maybe he's actually a very small giant? Kurogane?

Also, I've come to the conclusion that he and Fay ended up sharing a bed in Jade. (Look at it; there're only two beds in that room, and I'm assuming that Syaoran had the other one.) They looked like twin beds too; I wonder if anyone got squished. Aha, I do know that in a lot of situations there's nothing sexual about sharing a bed. But I'm sure that if there wasn't any subtext to start of with, Fay and/or Mokona added some.

Also, also! That P!nk song "Stupid Girls"? Has officially traumatized me. "What happened to the dream of a girl president/She's dancing in the video next to 50 Cent"? Do not want. Think about it. ...Eeugh. Actually, I don't mind Hillary, but no. Just... no.
Fay // Tsubasa

I did warn you there would be fic

The original version of this was written on 3x5 notecards (each marked with a different-colored sticker to mark where in the story it was supposed to go), was about a billion pages long, and made absolutely no sense whatsoever. That's what I get for writing while insane, I guess. Hopefully, this version makes more sense, but please feel free to concrit the hell out of me if you want, since it still seems a little bit odd.

Title: Nomen Est...
Fandom: Tsubasa
Author: Hester
Characters: KuroFay, mentions of Tomoyo, Yuuko, and Ashura
Genre: Angst
Rating: PG-15ish?
Warnings: Acid Tokyo/Infinity/Celes spoilers, semi-explicit mentions of past sexxorz
Summary: Fay can't let a fight be a simple thing, and Kurogane takes a step over the line that goes too far.
Disclaimer: Unfortunately, no.
A/N: Why do I do things like this to pairings I really like...?

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Wandering // Naruto

For great justice indeed

A bunch of you've probably already seen this, but bitch gets what she deserves (hopefully). I don't know, usually I'd be really, really hesitant to definitively blame someone in an internets-related death, but this is different. The reason why I'd usually say that no one's really to blame is because the internet's usually semi-anonymous, and I think that it's hard to truly direct a personal insult at someone you don't actually know, even in cases of trolling. But when you know someone irl, know that she's much younger than you and mentally unstable, and you do shit like this anyway? Your fault when she turns up dead. Obviously that's not what Lori Drew's intent was, but knowing what she knew, she ought to have realized that it was a foreseeable consequence.

I wonder how Lori's daughter feels, knowing that her mom basically killed her ex-friend. But seriously, if you're an adult, and you decide to gang up on a thirteen-year-old just because you don't like the way she was acting? Not okay. (And seriously, who wasn't at least a little bitchy when they were thirteen? It's an awkward age.) Personally, I once had a friend who was extremely rude to me, but had she killed herself, I would have been devastated.

I suppose that realistically, it'll be an extremely difficult case to prosecute, but I think that just the fact that they're trying is a good thing.
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